On the Market: Living Above a Truffle Shop Not So Delightful; Coignet Building Will Finally Be Restored; Hudson River Trust Prepares to Sell Air Rights

A rare affordable apartment: liberating and confining at the same time. [NYT]
Residents claim West End Avenue truffle shop fills building with rank odor. [Post]
Atlantic Foundation sells west Chelsea development site for $50 million. [Crain’s]
Not like scofflaw New Yorkers will listen, but here’s how to jaywalk safely. [NYMag]
Architects design whimsical feral cat shelters, city notes that an insulated box also works. [DNAinfo]
After spending years on London townhouse, Gwyneth Paltrow lists it for $11.5 million. [Post]
Now she’s devoting her energies to her East Hampton home. [E!Online]
City approves plans to restore Gowanus’s crumbling Coignet building. [Brownstoner]
Rothschild ex-mistress and daughter battle Turtle Bay condo over terrace revamp. [NYDN]
With no space left in Park Slope proper, the unlovely Fourth Avenue develops. [NYT]
Neighbors get to know one another through can phone, become fast friends. [Gothamist]
Artist and inventor Dan Kainen tucks it all way with space-saving DIY creations. [NYT]
New BID proposed for Chelsea and the Meatpacking District. [DNAinfo]
Minskoff’s East Village office tower proves popular, in spite of skeptics. [WSJ]
Hudson River Trust identifies seven piers for potential air rights transfers. [Crain’s]